Fuel cell-hybrid buses are a no-go – despite optimism from technology developers

While talking with David Mazaika of ISE Corporation – a manufacturer of gas-, diesel-, and fuel-cell-hybrid drive systems for buses – we heard a surprisingly bullish take on the prospects for fuel-cell powered buses. Buses using ISE’s hydrogen (H2) fuel cell hybrid drive systems get anywhere from si...

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